[time-nuts] HP/Agilent 5335A

John Ackermann N8UR jra at febo.com
Mon Jun 1 12:32:48 UTC 2009

I picked up a really nice one with 10811A at the Dayton Hamvention for 
$125, which was probably too good to be repeatable.  Last year a friend 
picked up three non-working but repairable for <$100 each.  Probably 
anything under $250 for a working unit isn't a bad deal.

Also, don't underestimate the 5334 counters.  They are very capable, 
though they don't have all the math and statistics functions of the '35, 
they are only 1U in height *and have no fan!!!*, and I've bought several 
via eBay for $150 or less.



Bob Q wrote:
> I'm thinking of buying an HP 5335A to upgrade from my old HP 5315A.  I notice prices on *Bay range from $100 (missing button on power switch) to $2100.  Any thoughts on what a fair price for one is?
> Thanks,
> Bob Q.
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